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Growing Up Is Hard To Do
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Why I Signed My Name On The Nashville Statement
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Dangers Of Riding The Tide
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A Matter Of Life
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Who is Your Choice for Online Giving?

Growing Up Is Hard To Do

  Actor and realist, Marlon Brando is quoted as saying, “Acting is the expression of a neurotic impulse. It’s a bum’s life. Quitting acting, that’s the sign of maturity.” And although I really cannot speak to the reasoning that happens in an actor’s brain, Mr. Brando is on to something. Maturity is less about attainment,[…]

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Why I Signed My Name On The Nashville Statement

  There have been many social media posts over the last day or two regarding the Nashville Statement. For those who are not up to speed, the statement was created by The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, was endorsed by a coalition of scholars, pastors, and other leaders, and is comprised of 14 affirmations[…]

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Dangers Of Riding The Tide

  I recently was in a meeting with a church listening to their reluctance of trying to raise money for a new building. As we discussed the culture of the church and why they were so reluctant, it turned out it was due to right motives – they didn’t want to try and be “big”[…]

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A Matter Of Life

On March 31st, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, signed SB 1367, a piece of legislation that gives instruction that all physicians in attendance during an abortion procedure to “see that all available means and medical skills are used to promote, preserve and maintain the life of the fetus…” In other words, if a baby endures the abortion[…]

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Who is Your Choice for Online Giving?

If you are a nonprofit two items are indispensable to you. 1) An engaging website and 2) Online giving.  After searching for an inexpensive AND reliable online giving option I have chosen BlueFire Donations.  Here’s why: [Tweet “4 simple reasons why you should use BlueFire Donations (@gobluefire)”] Super Affordable You can’t get better affordability than FREE.  BlueFire is[…]

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